Rawalpindi: To help Bahria Town projects in Pakistan become model safe cities, the developer has signed an agreement with ESSPAK, according to a press release shared by local news media. Under this project, Bahria Town will execute the CCTV Expansion Plan and improve the existing security arrangements in its housing projects.
The ceremony to sign the agreement was held in Bahria Town Rawalpindi, and was attended by ESSPAK CEO, Advisor to Bahria Town CEO Sania Malik, Bahria Town Rescue and Relief Head Rehan Ahmed, teams from Bahria Town Islamabad’s marketing and management departments and representatives from the news media.
Under the new agreement, Bahria Town will install new red-line cameras in which the latest technology has been used for better night vision. These cameras will enhance the capacity of Bahria Town’s security arrangement to deal with new challenges. The warning system of red-line cameras is effective and leads to rapid response while ensuring fool proof security.